How long to cook Internal Temperature

What's the Internal Temp for Cooking Corned Beef Brisket?

According to the USDA, the internal temp for cooking corned beef brisket when done should be 145 degrees Fahrenheit. At that point, your corned beef is safe to serve without any adverse effects. However, collagen in the meat doesn't begin to dissolve until the internal temperature teaches 160 to 180 degrees Fahrenheit. The collagen dissolving makes the meat more tender, which leads to a better meal. So while it's safe to eat at 145 degrees, for the best-tasting corned beef brisket, you should cook it to an internal temperature between 190 degrees and 205 degrees.

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